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Tottie Goldsmith shares a moving tribute to her late father Melbourne nightclub king Brian Goldsmith

Tottie Goldsmith shares a moving tribute to her late father, Melbourne nightclub king Brian Goldsmith, after his death on Christmas Eve at age 88

Tottie Goldsmith is mourning the loss of her father Brian Goldsmith, a renowned night club owner and restaurateur in Melbourne.

The singer and actress, 58, shared a moving tribute and a photo of herself embracing her father before his passing on Thursday morning, aged 88.

She kept her heartfelt caption brief, writing: ‘Me and my main man. I’ll miss you forever.’

Heartbreak: Tottie Goldsmith shared a moving tribute to her late father Melbourne nightclub king Brian after his passing on Thursday morning, aged 88. Both pictured 

Brian was known creating Melbourne’s nightclub scene nightclub king, with the Underground, established in 1977, among the many hot spots he owned.

Among his other establishments include a café named Goldy’s, Peanuts Cellar and Redhead nightclub.

His venues were a hotspot of international celebrities including the likes of David Bowie, Liza Minnelli, Peter Allen and John Travolta.

Loss: She kept her heartfelt caption brief, writing: 'Me and my main man. I'll miss you forever'

Loss: She kept her heartfelt caption brief, writing: ‘Me and my main man. I’ll miss you forever’

Brian was married four times, including to Rona Newton-John, the sister of Grease star Olivia.

The late nightclub king leaves behind eight children; Tottie, Fiona, Brett, Jason, Sasha, Briony, Charlie, and Elizabeth, as well as seven granddaughters.   

The Neighbours star told the Herald Sun of her father’s kindness and generosity.

Family: The Neighbours star told the Herald Sun of her father's kindness and generosity. 'He led with kindness and the world won't be the same without him,' she said. Tottie is pictured with her father Brian and her brother Brett

Family: The Neighbours star told the Herald Sun of her father’s kindness and generosity. ‘He led with kindness and the world won’t be the same without him,’ she said. Tottie is pictured with her father Brian and her brother Brett

‘He was one of the most quirky humans and found humour in every situation.

‘He led with kindness and the world won’t be the same without him.  

‘He led by example and he helped people believe in themselves… He is going to be so missed,’ she added.

Grief: Tottie added that her father, 'led by example and he helped people believe in themselves... He is going to be so missed'

Grief: Tottie added that her father, ‘led by example and he helped people believe in themselves… He is going to be so missed’

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